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January 8th, 2014
Entergy Arkansas officials have reported that about 450 customers are out of power in west Benton near West South Street.
"A vehicle has hit our equipment," according to their website. "Our crews are on their way to restore power as soon as possible."
First Electric Cooperative official have no reported outages at this time.
Lt. Gov. Mark Darr has released the following statement regarding recent ethics charges:
LITTLE ROCK - Kim and I would like to thank many people across the state for their calls, texts and prayers during this difficult time. We have been encouraged by your willingness to stand up for us and beside us throughout this process. Probably one of the most valuable lessons we have learned over the past few years is the value of friendship. We have been encouraged in good faith to share with the people of Arkansas the factual truth, instead of continuing to remain silent.
The recent drop in temperatures could cause your car windshield to crack. Glass expands and contracts due to temperature so it is important to avoid sudden temperature changes. Never use boiling water to defrost your windshield. Instead, turn on the defroster and let the windshield warm up slowly. However, be careful not to set the defroster too high. Let the windshield warm up gradually so the glass isn't shocked by cold temperatures outside and warm temperatures inside, which can also lead to cracking. According to glassamerica.net, "No matter how durable a windshield is, it is still glass.